As expected, a fourth beta for Firefox 3.6 is now available, this time it adds support for HTML 5 file API, which enables some new insteresting functionality: for example you would be able to load a bunch of local images to a web app without actually uploading them to the server. You would be able to edit them locally,Â save them locally, and optionally upload them once they are ready.
For the complete review of Firefox 3.6 beta, check my previous review.
Current nightly builds are labeled preb5, suggesting yet another beta may be in the works. It’s worth noting how the concept of beta has changed in Mozilla development from several well defined beta releases to the single more cohesive beta stage we have today that is continuously reviewed and pushed to previous beta users (currently about half a million).
DownloadÂ Firefox 3.6 Beta 4.